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KPMG UK consumer poll 2018
KPMG UK consumer poll 2018
Rolling updates on what the parliamentary endgame to Brexit will mean for business.Read more
The business of Brexit podcast cuts through the political noise and focuses on the practical issues you face in the run up to the UK’s departure and beyond.
Listen to KPMG’s Brexit Partner, Joe Cassidy and our Brexit team to understand what you should be doing today and what the next pivotal parliamentary vote means for the chances of ‘no deal’.Listen here
Businesses have a backlog of major decisions to make, with a deal dividend waiting if political agreement can be achieved. Given the volatility of the next few weeks this may be more of a hope than expectation.James Stewart, Head of Brexit at KPMG in the UK
How are you preparing for Brexit during continued market uncertainty? Our Brexit experts have been working with business across industries to tackle this question. Find out how we can help you get Brexit-ready below.
Our experts can help you uncover all the possibilities, so you can prepare for what happens next and where possible, turn risks into opportunity.
Tim Sarson, Partner, International Tax Read more
Does your operating model and the why you do business really work in a post-Brexit scenario?
Hannah Cool, Senior Manager, Internal Audit & Risk Compliance Read more
No deal looks different for different businesses, and it’s totally dependent on your operating model, your markets, your clients
Amanda Coale, Solicitor, Legal Services Read more
Brexit can be used to open supplier conversations around better commercials, different arrangements and better opportunities going forward
Olivier Sorgniard, Director, Indirect Tax & Customs Read more
One of our clients will see an £10 to £20 increase in their current duty bill while another client will see an increase of £70m - £80m a year
Yael Selfin, Chief Economist Read more
We expect inflation to moderate gradually towards the Bank of England target of 2% by the end of 2020. And similarly for interest rates, we expect them to rise to 1.25% by the time the UK leaves the EU at the end of 2020
Punam Birly, Solicitor & Partner, Legal Services Read more
Think about where you recruit your people currently and where you might be able to recruit them from in the future
Richard Bernau, Director, Banking Read more
Banks are starting to focus on their domestic client base. This is something which we're doing side by side helping them work through who are the most in need, what's the right response, what's a proper playbook to deal with those requests
Brian Connell, Senior Manager, Supply Chain Read more
Take control of your physical supply chain, buy additional capacity in transport and warehousing, but also to think about talking to your customers about potential for substitutions
Each section below connects you to perspectives and practical suggestions from KPMG subject matter and industry experts. Read our latest selection of insights by expanding the categories of most interest to you below.
Indirect Brexit impacts on your business could be costly and brand-damaging. Paul Crayford sets out the risks – and opportunities – for suppliers.Read more
The 240,000 UK businesses that currently only trade with the EU should get a grip on customs and tariffs fast, says Olivier Sorgniard, Director, Indirect Tax and Customs, KPMG in the UK.Read more
Supply chain planners can’t know what post-Brexit trade looks like, but have to plan for it anyway. Andrew Underwood and Brian Connell outline the eight things they should consider.Read more
How do you hold onto your EU workforce? Be practical, personal and prepared, says Punam Birly, Brexit People & Immigration Lead.Read more
Too few companies in the UK have thought about what they’ll need to do differently when employing foreign citizens after Brexit, says Punam Birly.Read more
Companies should keep preparing for Brexit and in doing so consider the wider impact it could have on their financing and hedging, says Joe Cassidy.Read more
Whether you create a branch or subsidiary in the EU largely depends on the sector you operate in, says Tim Sarson, KPMG's value chain management expert.Read more
As the Brexit countdown gets louder, it’s time to ensure your governance structure is fit for purpose – and ready to rocket-fuel your growth – says Katie Clinton, UK Head of Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance services.Read more
See what effect Brexit has had on the stock market. Every month, KPMG’s bespoke FTSE indices measure investors’ real appetite for UK stocks in the wake of the Brexit vote.Read more
Research among UK manufacturers uncovers their highest priorities for a long-term and coherent industrial strategy.Read more
Moderate, occasionally rough. Visibility poor. With Brexit just months away, is the British economy on the verge of an unprecedented peacetime shock?Read more
What will UK financial services regulation look like post-Brexit? Will it be a rule-taker or a rule maker?Read more
Planning for the outcome for financial services under BrexitRead more
Chris Stirling, Global Chair of KPMG Life Sciences, argues that UK pharma should aspire to the Swiss position.Read more
Brand loyalty is all about careful expectations management. That could be crucial after Brexit, says Paul Martin, UK Head of Retail.Read more
It's less than a year until the UK leaves the EU. How are businesses preparing? We discuss planning priorities with a number of senior leaders from organisations across the UK.Read more
Resetting for the future: A window into the global Brexit conversation.Read more
Traders of goods will give Theresa May’s speech a cautious welcome.Read more
1 in 5 firms unable to operate as usual in 2019 if no transition deal agreed.Read more